Stay on a campsite in Côtes d’Armor and marvel at the impressive natural features, the local Breton culture and the religious heritage. Appreciate the excellent gastronomy as you admire magnificent views along the coastline and discover a wealth of fauna and flora. Rent a camping pitch or a mobile home chosen from our selection of 4 and 5-star seaside campsites in Côtes d’Armor.

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Le Ranolien Campsite

“Degemer mat e Breizh” Welcome to northern Brittany!
Perros-Guirec / Côtes-d'Armor / Bretagne / France open the map
Near to : Perros-Guirec, Trégastel, Lannion
4 Piscines extérieures
Children’s entertainment
Mer à 2 km
Restaurant
Animals accepted

Come and experience the authenticity of Armor, a maritime land with the salty sea spray in the air and the scent of salted butter caramels! 

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Camping le Ranolien by Resasol
Camping le Ranolien by Resasol
Camping le Ranolien by Resasol
Near to : Perros-Guirec, Trégastel, Lannion
4 Piscines extérieures
Children’s entertainment
Mer à 2 km
Restaurant
Animals accepted

Come and experience the authenticity of Armor, a maritime land with the salty sea spray in the air and the scent of salted butter caramels! 

Best offers from 28/05/2022 to 04/06/2022
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4 people | 7 nights
565€

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Explore the surroundings of your holiday destination

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Bateaux amarrés dans une anse en Côtes d'Armor

You haven’t seen Côtes d’Armor until you’ve seen its beautiful coastline! With over a hundred beaches and some 300 kilometres of coastline, you’re sure to find an appealing spot  to plant your parasol! Admire the beautiful coastline of this French department, from vast sandy shores to pebble beaches and rocky stretches.

But the charms of Côtes d’Armor also include a number of protected natural areas, home to a preserved wealth of biodiversity. Coastal paths, vast areas of greenery and flowers, marshes and rivers will be the backdrop to your holiday on a campsite in Côtes d’Armor.

Thanks to the devotion of the local community, the wonderful parks and gardens have earned Côtes d'Armor a listing as a “department in bloom”. Your holiday is the perfect opportunity for a stroll through these colourful, beautifully maintained havens that showcase nature itself.

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Bateaux amarrés dans une anse en Côtes d'Armor

Must-dos and must-sees in Côtes d’Armor

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Péninsule vue du ciel sur une île dans les Côtes d'Armor en Bretagne

For your campsite holiday in Côtes d’Armor, we suggest a visit to the lovely medieval town of Dinan on the banks of the tranquil River Rance. Walk through the narrow streets of this town steeped in art and history. And if you’re lucky enough to come during the Fête des Remparts, you’ll be thrown back to the days of knights for this festival weekend in July.

Then, take a boat trip to Bréhat, one of the most beautiful islands in Brittany! The Bréhat archipelago was the first natural site in France to be protected. It comprises 80 islets in addition to the main island, also known as the island of flowers, which you can explore on foot or by bike.

Next, head for the seaside town of Saint-Brieuc, the capital of Côtes d’Armor, to explore its famous bay. Climb the high cliffs of Plouha, pick your favourite boat from those moored in the atypical port of Gwin Zegal and, of course, you must try scallops, the local star product!

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Péninsule vue du ciel sur une île dans les Côtes d'Armor en Bretagne

Our activity suggestions for your campsite holiday

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Plongeoir de la piscine naturelle de Saint Malo

Don’t know what to do during your stay in Côtes d’Armor? Head for Guerlédan Lake to try all sorts of sports activities. Explore this lake from every angle, on foot, by  mountain bike or in a canoe. You’ll even see the Mûr-de-Bretagne coastline, a famous finishing section of a stage of the Tour de France cycle race.

Visit the unmissable Fort La Latte, a listed historical monument that towers over Saint Malo Bay. An annual festival and various medieval activities are hosted in this real-life castle. Step right into film sets as you walk between the 14th-century castle walls.

And if you prefer to stay quietly in the comfort of your chosen campsite, you’ll find that our star ratings come with on-site activities and entertainment galore. You can also take advantage of the many services and facilities at your disposal, such as the vast campsite pool complexes.

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Plongeoir de la piscine naturelle de Saint Malo